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Fifth and Final ‘Dodge Horsepower Challenge’ Released on Dodge.com

The fifth and final “Dodge Horsepower Challenge” is now available online at Dodge.com. Dodge recently announced that it will welcome five new owners into the Brotherhood of Muscle with the “Dodge Horsepower Challenge: 5 Weeks. 5 Questions. 5 Challengers,” which gives five consumers the chance to win one of five special-edition TorRed Dodge Challenger SRT® Hellcat Redeye models. The key to being eligible to win a Challenger lies in answering at least one of the weekly multiple choice challenge questions correctly. 

“This is your last chance to take home a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye as part of our weekly challenge, so head over to Dodge.com while you can,” said Tim Kuniskis, Global Head of Alfa Romeo and Head of Passenger Cars – Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA – North America. “Our five lucky winners will be announced shortly and have their Challengers delivered to them just in time for the holidays.”

Week 5 “Dodge Horsepower Challenge” Question (Dec. 3):
Cyber Monday was huge this year and Goldberg has an insane amount of presents to deliver on time.

Q. His sleigh currently runs at 203 mph, but he needs it to reach 400 mph. If Goldberg is delivering presents at an altitude of 5,813.6 ft, with the same drag and weight of a 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye, how much HP would he need to reach 400 mph?  

The answer to the fourth challenge question below, posed on November 26, is available now online at www.Dodge.com.

Q. In 1921, the Dodge Brothers built a boat named the SS Delphine, with a whopping 3,000 HP. How much horsepower would a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye need to tow the SS Delphine to meet the industry standard SAE specs for the Davis Dam Grade Climb?

Consumers can visit the Dodge brand’s Twitter and Instagram channels before attempting to answer the questions to discover clues in the form of hidden hashtags in imagery to help narrow down the multiple choice options, which are given once daily Tuesday through Saturday. 

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